Photo credit:
Carrie Frabotta

Illustrator Joanne Pampinella has been creating colorful artwork since childhood. "Jo" is a graduate of New York City's School Of Visual Arts, receiving her BFA in illustration in 1986. Past accomplishments include illustrations for several magazines and newspapers, including Glamour and Seventeen. Jo also illustrated the children's book entitled The Little Fire Engine that Saved the City, which was written by Dennis Smith and published by Doubleday in 1990. Jo has taken her illustrations a step further by creating fun and whimsical pieces of art.

"For me, art is life. It is something I love to do...
and need to do."



Jo's work can also be seen at:

Work Of Artists
Gallery
7000 East Mayo Blvd.
Scottsdale Rd. and the 101
480-596-0304